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> They won't release the car until the funds have hit their account. This word for word statment cannot be true 100% of the time. If you…
22/02/2024 - 22:44
If it was easy it wouldnt be a very good security door would it? You're probably going to have to break something. Jam a big screwdriver…
22/02/2024 - 22:29
Sigh.
22/02/2024 - 22:26
Go to your local watering hole and ask them to put it on
22/02/2024 - 15:56
Why cant we all just get along? Ill agree, i hate those that barge their way in and wikl do what i can to prevent it. But at the same time,…
22/02/2024 - 15:53
Why? "Welcome experience"! What a crock of sh... purely a marketing attempt at creating some sort of buzz around waiting for a vehicle. Its…
22/02/2024 - 12:18
But the funds wont "hit their account" at time of pickup will they? If you'd said a bank cheque is as good as cash the pedant would not…
22/02/2024 - 08:21
So you gave them a piece of paper that they then had to tale to the bank and wait for funds to clear and got thee car before they had funds…
22/02/2024 - 06:20
Fans dpnt acutslly cool the room. They just make it feel cooler IF the air moves in a way that evapourates sweat from your skin.
21/02/2024 - 22:57
If you pay by transfer what happens if theres a scratch inside the glovebox?
21/02/2024 - 22:53
If you reasonably handy with DIY and can understand a couple of youtube instructions ita hard to screw up a derailleur. Especially modern…
21/02/2024 - 11:02
This is edpecially true of manager/clearance specials. Its excess stock the manager wants to get rid of, and will be specific to that store…
21/02/2024 - 07:52
Thats pretty much it. As i said, have a fleet of bicycles. If i haven't ridden one for a while it gets a basic tyre pressure and brakes…
20/02/2024 - 16:16
Id be asking for a refund on the inspection then. Thats useless.
20/02/2024 - 16:00
$500 doesnt sound too steep to me. Its a specialist job and you dont want to skimp on something like a tailshaft.
20/02/2024 - 05:48
How much is the ferry these days? Thats gonna take a chunk out of any savings you make on the purchase price.
19/02/2024 - 18:55
One problem with that style of scooter is that when cornering you often cant lean correctly which makes them less safe that one with two…
19/02/2024 - 18:51
Except that you don't get "right of way" its not a traffic concept. The other car needs to give way if youre in first. given cars coming…
19/02/2024 - 16:36
Proabbly with a bucket?
19/02/2024 - 16:33
Havent used our in-pool lights for years. If i suddenly wanted to some, id chuck in a couple of solar powered floaty ones.
19/02/2024 - 11:32
A bike and car are vastly different in terms of needing servicing. Personally I don't regularly service my bikes other than lubing the…
19/02/2024 - 11:27
Im confident i could pass, as in the last couple of years have had my kid in the passenger seat dojng the test prior to getting Ls. In…
19/02/2024 - 11:26
This. Before you buy a device, you might want to make sure you arent going to get hit with a fine for unreg, unlicensed etc for riding it.
19/02/2024 - 10:42
Depends on your definition of itemised. Parts $219, labour $310 could be considered itemised but i suspect OP wants more detail.
19/02/2024 - 10:39
Checker name uses out.
19/02/2024 - 10:38
> The kinds of people who typically buy an ultimate service are not the kinds of people who typically keep their bikes in tip top…
19/02/2024 - 10:36
Im not doubting that it costs that to fully service a bike, just questioning if its worth spending $300 on a $700 bike. When i service my…
19/02/2024 - 10:11
Id do it for $50/hr plus parts but im not in sydney. Depending on what's needed won't take more than 2hrs
19/02/2024 - 05:55
$300 is a lot of money if the voke was $700 new.
19/02/2024 - 05:52
Its worth buying tools. What tools will you need?
18/02/2024 - 21:48
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